Tell the story, research the facts, meet the deadline, call it a day. Could be a day in the life of a communications student or the start of a new career for a Simpson graduate. In the Department of Communication & Media Studies, you will learn the nuances of life in a newsroom working on The Simpsonian, write feature stories for the student magazine, ID Magazine, and hit the airwaves as a radio disc jockey at local station, KSTM, 88.9 FM.
But like any good reporter, you will be encouraged to dig deep to get the back story. Beyond the books and the classroom, you translate what you learn into life in the real world. Students like you have been to the hub of media headquarters in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and walked the motorcade route of JFK’s assassination in Dallas.
Our faculty firmly believes that ambition will get you where you want combined with a solid foundation of communications acumen and opportunities for real life experience in a communications career — all in one manageable package, only at Simpson.